21 Sep 5 lbs of muscle vs 5 lbs of fat both weight 5 lbs!
5 lbs of muscle and 5 lbs of fat both weight 5 lbs! However… muscle takes up a LOT less space than FAT!
“Ladies, I want to show you something here. Okay. This is an exact replica of muscle and fat, five pounds of it to be exact, believe it or not. So five pounds of muscle and replica here, five pounds of fat. Oh, here’s the interesting thing. Have you said both of these on the scale, they’re both going to weight five pounds. You see, muscle does not weigh more than fat. They both weigh five pounds when you’re looking at five pounds of muscle and five pounds of fat.
However, here’s the difference. The muscle takes up a lot less space, a lot less volume than the fat. So then look very different on our bodies. So when you ask somebody, what do they weigh, it really has no relevance to you and what your weight is. Because let’s say someone weighs 150 pounds, well, they might look a certain way and then you take someone else who weighs 150 pounds and they can look totally different based on their height and also based on their makeup of muscle versus fat. So very different. So a better way other than the scale is to use measurements to use pictures of yourself to use trying on different clothes, knowing how something might fit one day versus when you’ve lost the weight, how it fits, and then because the more muscle you have and the less fat, the better you’re gonna look.”
In this quick video: Sharing the difference.
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